Woman with Mandolin

Mujer joven con mandolina', Óleo sobre tabla, x 67 cm. University of Michigan Museum of Art. Regalo de The Carey Walker Foundation

TICMUSart: Woman with mandolin - Pablo Picasso (1925)

Woman with mandolin - Pablo Picasso - - Neoclassicist & Surrealist Period, 1925

weeping woman The Weeping Woman is considered a continuation of his famous Guernica painting.It was meant to show the effects of suffering following the Spanish Civil War, both in Spain and the world over.  The woman being depicted in the painting is Dora Maar.  She was Picasso’s mistress for several years and his personal photographer.

Who were they? (Identifying subjects in 8 famous paintings)

Picasso's Weeping Woman Pablo Picasso, Weeping Woman, oil on canvas. The Tate, London From the Tate London website: “ One of the worst atrocities of the Spanish Civil War was the bombing of the.

"Girl on a Pillow", by Pablo Picasso (1936)

Pablo Picasso - Girl on a Pillow, 1936 painters painting painter paintings oil art artist artwork artworks gallery galleries fine arts draw

Woman sitting in an armchair - Pablo Picasso

Woman sitting in an armchair, 1941 Pablo Picasso. Notice the use of the shapes and the use of the bright colors in this painting

Ttile; Le Rêve (The Dream) 1932. Artist: Pablo Picasso. Cubism: penetrates the surface of objects, use of basic abstract geometric shapes and simultaneously presents objects in various  angles. The lady is painted in a way that the different parts of her body seems detached from one another. Each body part & even the clothes and background looks like a uniquet geometric shape therefore cubism style.

Sergio Gordilho, a member of the Cyber Jury, recommends visiting the Picasso Musuem. The Musée Picasso of modern art in the Chateau de Grimaldi in Antibes is a top cultural attraction and day-trip destination on the French Riviera.

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